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Coins from the City of Schwäbisch Hall

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City of Schwäbisch Hall - Counterstamped coinage - Groschen

City of Schwäbisch Hall - Heller

1 Hand heller – obverse
1 Hand heller – reverse
1 Hand heller
(1300-1399)
Silver – 0.5 g – ø 18 mm
1 Hand Heller – obverse
1 Hand Heller – reverse
1 Hand Heller
(1250-1300)
Silver (.545) – 0.56 g – ø 17 mm
Saur# 1364

City of Schwäbisch Hall - Thaler

1 Thaler = 120 Kreuzer = 240 Pfennig • 1 Ducat = 2 Thaler

1 Pfennig – obverse
1 Pfennig – reverse
1 Pfennig
1696-1712
Silver – 0.34 g – ø 13 mm
KM# 7, Schön DM# 3
1 Pfennig – obverse
1 Pfennig – reverse
1 Pfennig
1751-1798
Billon – 0.33 g – ø 13 mm
KM# 43
½ Kreuzer – obverse
½ Kreuzer – reverse
½ Kreuzer
1712
Silver – 0.5 g – ø 14 mm
KM# 15
1 Kreuzer (Centenary - Peace of Westphalia) – obverse
1 Kreuzer (Centenary - Peace of Westphalia) – reverse
1 Kreuzer (Centenary - Peace of Westphalia)
1748
Commemorative: Commemorating 100 year celebration of the end of the 30 years war
Silver – 0.7 g – ø 16 mm
KM# 36
1 Thaler - Karl VII – obverse
1 Thaler - Karl VII – reverse
1 Thaler - Karl VII
1742
Silver – ø 40 mm
KM# 27
1 Thaler - Franz I – obverse
1 Thaler - Franz I – reverse
1 Thaler - Franz I
1746
Silver – 29.11 g – ø 40 mm
KM# 32
1 Ducat – obverse
1 Ducat – reverse
1 Ducat
1705
Gold (.986) – 3.45 g
KM# 11, Fr# 1076
1 Ducat – obverse
1 Ducat – reverse
1 Ducat
1746
Gold (.986) – 3.5 g – ø 21.5 mm
KM# 35, Fr# 1082
2 Dukat – obverse
2 Dukat – reverse
2 Dukat
1717
Commemorative: Bicentennial of the Reformation
Silver – 3.54 g – ø 28 mm
KM# Pn9

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